Monthly Archives: May 2011

Blackberries and Bicycles and Sweet Summertime Memories

What do you remember about summer vacation?  I’ve been thinking about my summers lately, now that Reagan’s current school year is almost over and we’re all breathing great sighs of relief.  When we’re kids we don’t realize how much those … Continue reading

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Stories by the Dozens, Waiting to be Told

Sometimes the most casual of comments or the merest glimpse of a photograph can zap me back in a moment to something from my childhood.  Before long I’m happily meandering down memory lane reminiscing about people we used to know, … Continue reading

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Summer, anyone?

I have been afflicted once again with May Fever.  It strikes about the second week of May every year, and by Memorial Day I’ve developed a pretty significant twitch.  May Fever stresses me out and makes me irritable.  I itch … Continue reading

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Ordinary Time

The church calendar defines ‘ordinary time’ as that series of Sundays between Pentecost Sunday, usually celebrated in May, and Advent, which heralds the Christmas season.  It’s that time in the church year when things are quiet and the special services … Continue reading

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